The 2021 US Open tennis tournament, one of the biggest events in the sport, is just around the corner.

The 2020 event was bombarded by numerous restrictions and last-minute changes, but all signs point to a return to normal this year. That means plenty of unforgettable tennis action for fans watching live and those tuned in on screens from around the world.

Because this year’s tournament is still a few months away, not all of the details have been worked out, but there’s still plenty of information available—including details on ticketing and the athletes competing.

Here’s what we know at this stage:

What We Know So Far About the 2021 US Open Tennis Tournament

Where is the 2021 US Open Tennis Tournament

The 2021 US Open tennis tournament will go down at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center and Flushing Meadows Corona Park, both of which are in Queens, New York City.

When is the 2021 US Open Tennis Tournament

This year’s event is scheduled to run from Monday, August 30, to Sunday, September 12 of this year.

After several rousing rounds of tournament action, the quarterfinals are expected to begin on September 7. Semifinals will run on the 9 and 10, and the finals will occur on September 10, 11, and 12.

Find the full schedule for the tournaments here.

Who’s Playing at the 2021 US Open Tennis Tournament?

The 2021 event will feature men’s, women’s, men’s & women’s doubles, wheelchair singles, and wheelchair doubles tournaments. Those tournaments will be populated by some of the biggest names in Tennis.

Are Tickets Available for the 2021 US Open?

After a quiet 2020, the 2021 US Open tennis tournament will go down in front of a full capacity crowd. For context, the 2019 tournament drew over 700,000 spectators all-told.

Tickets for this year’s event went on sale on July 19. There is a variety of ticket options available, depending on which matches you’re hoping to attend, the time of your visit to New York City, and your budget.

Find a full rundown of ticket and pass options on the event’s official website.

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